Grant-Davie, Keith. “Rhetorical Situations and Their Constituents” Writing About Writing: A College Reader. Ed Elizabeth Wardle and Doug Downs. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2011.
Rosie the Riveter Revisited Women, The War, and Social Change Gluck, Sherna Berger. Rosie the Riveter Revisited: Women, the War, and Social Change. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1987 Author Sherna Berger Gluck is Director Emeriti of the Oral History Program at California State University, Long Beach. She has concentrated most of her academic career developing and endorsing what is now officially recognized as an individual discipline (Women’s Oral History). Gluck completed her undergraduate work at Shimer College (the Great Books College of Chicago) in Illinois and completed advanced degree work at UCLA and University of California, Berkeley.
A.M. Dubarle (1957). Original Sin In Genesis. Downside Review. pp 361. Undergraduate Writing Rubric This rubric has been accepted and is in use for University-wide assessment of student learning for the following competency: Graduates of Grand Canyon University will be able to collect, organize, and disseminate written information in a compelling and logical manner, and be able to demonstrate proficiency in the technical and mechanical aspects of proper academic writing.
Seminar paper On Feminism in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar Course code: ENGL705 Course Title: Literary Theory Submitted by: SAYANTANI SARKAR ENROLL NO: A0710313014 Submitted to: Dr. Shweta Saxena Assistant Professor AMITY INSTITUTE OF ENGLISH STUDIES AND RESEARCH AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH INTRODUCTION Simone de Beauvoir's gender theory is considered to be one of the pioneers of feminist thought. Her book The Second Sex is seen as a milestone in explaining how and why women were and are subjected to men's rule. While some of Simone de Beauvoir's insights might be seen today as self-evident (such as “one is not born a woman but becomes one"), other remain revolutionary till this day. Simone de Beauvoir argues that whenever there are two different human categories at the same time and place, there will always be one striving to subject the other to its rule. The burden of childbirth in ancient societies made women dependant on men's labor, and thus enabled the initial inequality.
McMaster University DigitalCommons@McMaster Open Access Dissertations and Theses Open Dissertations and Theses 9-1-1968 The Development of The Hemingway Hero Dennis J. Malone Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/opendissertations Part of the English Language and Literature Commons Recommended Citation Malone, Dennis J., "The Development of The Hemingway Hero" (1968). Open Access Dissertations and Theses. Paper 4757. This Thesis is brought to you for free and open access by the Open Dissertations and Theses at DigitalCommons@McMaster. It has been accepted for inclusion in Open Access Dissertations and Theses by an authorized administrator of DigitalCommons@McMaster.
THE GENTLE GENDER? : SHAKESPEARE’S TAMORA AND LADY MACBETH AS MODELS OF REVENGE by Jenna Fitzgerald A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of The Wilkes Honors College in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences with a Concentration in English Literature Wilkes Honors College of Florida Atlantic University Jupiter, Florida May 2008 THE GENTLE GENDER? : SHAKESPEARE’S TAMORA AND LADY MACBETH AS MODELS OF REVENGE by Jenna Fitzgerald This thesis was prepared under the direction of the candidate’s thesis advisor, Dr. Michael Harrawood, and has been approved by the members of her supervisory committee. It was submitted to the faculty of The Honors College and was accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences. SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE: ____________________________ Dr. Michael Harrawood ____________________________ Dr. Hilary Edwards ______________________________ Dean, Wilkes Honors College ____________ Date ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I would like to extend my thanks and appreciation to Dr. Michael Harrawood for all his help during my four years at the Honors College and especially for his assistance during the research and writing processes of my thesis.
Shoujo Anime: The Representation of Girl Power as Japanese Identity Culture An article prepared and submitted as the midterm assigment of Cultural Studies Class, English Department, Faculty of Humanities, The Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University of Malang, taught and supervised by Sakban Rosidi, Ph.D. By: Enita Rahmah Febriantary 11320013 is currently an undergraduate student of English Department, Faculty of Humanities, The Maulana Malik Ibrahim State Islamic University of Malang Abstract Japan becomes an influential country in many aspects, especially in culture identity issue in this globalization era. Both of the traditional and popular culture is important to discuss because almost in every country there is a ‘Japan lovers community’. Not only loving everything about Japan but also people who are included in this community trying to be ‘Japanese looks like’. The author assumes that the most effective way to reach this goal is imitate Japanese style which is described successfully in Japanese Pop Culture. There are several forms of this popular culture, they are anime, Harajuku style, and Japanese Pop Music—namely JPop—and son on.
Faculty of Education, Science, Technology and Mathematics Assignment Coversheet Student ID number | U3068075 | Unit name | Responding to Individual Needs in Education | Unit number | 8826 | Name of lecturer/tutor | Rosemary Butt | Assignment name | Assignment 1: Essay | Due date | 14th September | You must keep a photocopy or electronic copy of your assignment. Student declaration I certify that the attached assignment is my own work. Material drawn from other sources has been appropriately and fully acknowledged as to author/creator, source and other bibliographic details. Such referencing may need to meet unit-specific requirements as to format and style. Signature of student: AMBER DONOGHUE Date: 14th September 2014 Date of submission: 14th September 2014 The Struggles with Reading, Comprehending and Inclusive Practices When looking at the classroom dynamic there will always be obstacles for teachers to overcome; rowdy students, difficult texts, classroom management, and dealing with each students’ different capabilities.
Tegan Lambert – LMBTEG001 Introduction to Politics (POL1004F) Class Essay DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL STUDIES STUDENT NAME: Tegan Genna Lambert. STUDENT NUMBER: LMBTEG001 TUTOR: Nicholas Owsley TUTORIAL NUMBER: 15 ASSIGNMENT: Class Essay Plagiarism Declaration 1. I know that plagiarism is wrong. Plagiarism is to use another’s work and pretend that it is one’s own. 2.
Ministry of Education and Science , Youth and Sports of Ukraine G.S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University Department of English Oral and Speech Practice THE PECULIARITIES OF TEXT CATEGORIES REALIZATION IN THE CONTEXT OF ’’WHITE FANG’’, A NOVEL BY JACK LONDON Project Paper by Tanya Krachko student of Foreign Philology Faculty Group 1 E/F Scientific Adviser Victoria Ivanivna Solyanik Assistant Professor Kharkiv-2012 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION………..………………………………………………………3 RESEARCH OF THE PECULIARITIES OF THE TEXT CATEGORIES REALISATION 1. The Peculiarities of Continuum…………………………………………………4 2. The Peculiarities of Informativeness …………………………………………..4 3. The Peculiarities of Articulation………………………………………………..5 4.